The existence of a “gap” between management scholarship and management practice is taken for granted these days, so much so that what this gap actually signifies is often not attended to at all. Not only has it remained present to management scholars for more than fifty years, if the frequency with which academics have been writing about the gap is any indication, it is becoming more salient. How should we think about the “gap”?Continue Reading
Two questions were posed about how select the most appropriate publisher, and position the book in the market.
Categories: ACWRIMO, Blogs, Dissemination, Focus Series, Getting published, MentorSpace, MethodSpace Live!, Proposals, Research Skills, Supervising research, Tools and Resources, Uncategorised, WritingContinue Reading
Who are “Mentors-in-Residence”? Mentors-in-Residence are SAGE authors who are willing to share their expertise with MethodSpace readers. During a one-month stint, they contribute ideas and answer questions. They also discuss their current SAGE books. We started this effort in October, with Bernadette Wright and Steve Wallis as our first mentors. You can read their posts […]Continue Reading
For October, SAGE MethodSpace will focus on evaluation and other types of applied research. Posts in the series and relevant posts from the archives will be found using this link. This post, while discussed in the context of the UK’s 2014 Research Excellence Framework, is relevant to anyone looking for ways to use testimonials […]Continue Reading
Academic evaluation regimes set up to quantify the quality of research, individual scholars, and institutions have been widely criticized for the detrimental effects they have on academic environments and on knowledge production itself. Max Fochler and Sarah de Rijcke recently called for a more exploratory, less standardized way of doing research evaluation, with the introduction of the concept of the evaluative inquiry.Continue Reading
It is only fair. I’ve asked Laura Pasquini to contribute to MethodSpace about mentoring strategies and about her prolific efforts in podcasting. So I couldn’t refuse when she asked if I’d contribute to the #InVinoFab Podcast series. This playfully named podcast aims to feature “interesting narratives, workplace experiences, helpful learning anecdotes, and creative discoveries of […]Continue Reading